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the week. >> so we're not going to get our deal? >> no. top stories weather and traffic all straight ahead here. >> the news at 5 starts right now. . now, at 5 a.m. one suspect in custody, 2 others on the run following an armed home invasion in lowell, the search underway right now. >> boston police arrest a fugitive wanted in d.c., the charges he's facing and the scare he caused near the state house. >> and a tearful good-bye for big papi after the sox get swept by the indians. . >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. . good tuesday morning to you. thanks for joining us. >> it is tuesday october 11th p.m. welcome back to the work week if you had yesterday off, danielle niles is here and you're going to need a coat a warm up. it is cold out there.
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29 in norwell right now. and a lot of us are running in the 30s in the suburbs just west of boston. 44 in the city itself and low 50s out over the cape where we still have a bit of an active breeze. frost advisories up away from the coastline until 9 a.m. freeze warnings for parts of northern and central worcester county. so a chilly start but we make a nice rebound. radar shows nothing going on here so we're in with plenty of sun don't forget the shades as you head out the door. chilly start but nice rebound 58 by lunchtime. not nearly as windy as yesterday. near 60 at the coast and in the 60s inland for the ride home. sunset at 6:08. tracking a warm up, details coming up. live look right now here at the zakim bridge and over on the
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volume is light. you'll have no problems getting into the city from the north shore. now, 128 still looks great by the split but we know that that probably won't last for that much longer right. 24 and route 3 are also wide open. . a final good-bye for big papi, david ortiz receives a standing ovation from the fenway faithful after the red sox get swept by the indians. >> we're live at fenway this morning with reaction and the team. tough one. >> reporter: what an emotional night for david ortiz for the team and for fans. this banner outside fenway says it all, a big thank you for big papi. cheers erupt after david ortiz place his final game for the red sox. >> i wanted to see another world series but it just didn't
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memories, right? . >>i realize that it was over, you know, it was pretty much the last time as a player walking in front of the crowd and emotion came back out again. >> reporter: he says even though they didn't make it all the way he's proud of the comeback the sox made this season. >> i'm happy. not just for me not just for how my career went down happy for the organization for the big step that we took going division this year. >> reporter: fans not ready to say goodbye are forever grateful. >> almost doesn't feel real but unfortunately it's real but thank you big papi for all the memories. >> reporter: ortiz returned that love. >> the game that i love, the game that made me be who i am is something that i'm definitely going to carry it the rest of my life.
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thought about anything past yesterday's game and added that the team has made a lot of progress. . checking in the national leaguing this morning extra innings for the giants. walk off double giants win 6 to 5 and avoid the sweep. chicago still wins the series tonight. this morning 2 home invasion suspects are on the run, a third suspect is in custody and headed to court. >> reporter: this all happened in the early morning hours monday around 1:30. police say 3 men tried to force their way inside a home in lowell and according to police these men were relentless even as the residents inside the home were holding the door shut.
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door still trying to get in. when they heard police responding to the area we're told they all ran off but a k-9 was able to catch up with one man hiding in the woods and found this loaded gun along with a crowbar and sweat shirt and other items they believe the suspects left behind. they were able to arrest one man, a 21-year old who is expected to be arraigned here in lowell district court today. . a man charged with assaulting students with special needs is due in court today, scott is accused of hitting and shoving 3 young men while helping them get ready at their home. scott is an employee at the judge rotenberg center was fired after the incident. he failed to show up on friday and was arrested in rhode island on saturday. . boston police arrest a man
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airport and assaulting a police officer. they also say he's responsible for causing several scares across boston yesterday including leaving a suspicious device outside a building near the state house. it turns out though that was just a copy of the kurran. police say the 22-year old also caused a disturbance at a jewelry store and local shelter. he will be arraigned before returning to washington d.c. a man who drove the way on the mass pike for miles could face charges. police say he drove about 3 miles heading west in the eastbound lanes yesterday afternoon. 3 drivers crashed as they swerved to avoid him. he eventually crashed into a barrier. state police are still investigating. a man and woman accused in a deadly home invasion will not face extradition to massachusetts until tomorrow. 27-year old smith and her
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charged with murder and attempted murder. they were caught in a parking lot of a virginia wal-mart over the weekend. police say they are the home invaders who stabbed 95-year old tom hardy to death in his home and critically wounded his 77-year old wife. his family is hoping for swift justice. >> i hope they don't string it along. i think they should -- if they're guilty they should be punished right away. >> the motive is still unclear but family this might not have been a random crime. we may have to wait until the suspects are back in massachusetts though to learn more. now, to campaign 2016 hillary clinton and donald trump fighting for voters in florida to. it comes as as a new poll shows clinton leading trump by 11 points. hena daniels has the latest. >> donald trump spent the day in the crucial state of pennsylvania warning supporters of a potentially rigged
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this election is not stolen from us. >> and threatening new attacks against bill and hillary clinton. >> if they want to release more tapes saying inappropriate things we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things. >> when you're a star they let you do it. >> support for the nominee hit a new low yesterday in the wake of the access hollywood tape. house speaker paul ryan totalled colleagues he would no longer defend trump but rnc chair is standing by him. fresh off sunday's debate clinton held her largest rally yesterday in ohio making the case not to vote for trump. >> he is an equal opportunity insulter if there ever was one. that is not what we are in america. >> the democratic nominee also faced more setbacks yet. more emails were released illegally
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chair's account. the new batch reportedly shows top clinton advisers discussing how to spin her positions on a variety of subjects including the keystone pipeline and her email scandal. . >> entertainment tonight host nancy o'dell has been identified as that married woman that donald trump made a pass at years ago. last night she addressed those recordingings. >> my name was mentioned and unfoun has thrown me in the middle of the political arena. there is no room -- anyone for that matter not even in the locker room. >> and there are allegation that is more tapes may exist of trump using lewd language. the executive producer of the apprentice says he doesn't have the right to release the footage from the reality show that trump
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don't have the legal authority to release it. candidates in the meantime will face off again next week in one final debate on wednesday october 9th. our live coverage will begin at 9:00. coming up this morning assigning your kids chores depending on their age. >> one bloggers suggestions and why some parents aren't too happy about it. >> plus massive lines getting attention on social speaking of the bus stop it is going to be chilly for the kids this morning, a lot of 30s on the map. make sure they bundle up. we make a good rebound 50s by recess, 60s by the time we get to the bus ride home. gorgeous weather today and a really nice fall stretch coming up. these are the 4th through 6th graders.
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said these are the students that
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up the snow making equipment in preparation for the ski world cup event happening here in the u.s. for the first time in 25 years. that event happens at the end of november. >> so they got to fire the guns up now and make a lot of snow. >> that's a big deal. i remember when the world cup was at waterville and it was awesome. we've got to show case down the east coast our ski resorts. >> they had all >> i feel like it could snow at my house right now. it was in the 30s. it's chilly. we're in for bright sunshine. it's definitely a morning where you want maybe the fall jacket maybe an extra layer and then you can get rid of it later on. chilly mornings warming up during the days, nice stretch of fall weather going to help the leaves pop too. quiet week of weather ahead too. mainly dry stretch of weather, a few showers will
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tuesday, right, but we're looking ahead to the weekend. it looks fantastic classic fall weather for both saturday and sunday. 44 in boston right now. low 30s in concord new hampshirl 28 degrees right now. 39 in plymouth. compare that to 50, you know wht has to do with the wind if it stays a little bit active tha help keep the atmosphere mixed up a bit. once the wind goes calm that's when you see the temperatures start to tumble. clear skies, sunshine going to be out today. big area of high pressure. that blue h will be our friend the next few days. a few passing clouds overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. wednesday looks great too and rebound into the mid to upper 60s. thursday is our next
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there will be areas of clouds and then peaks of sunshine come out during the afternoon. 5 p.m. scattered showers from western new hampshire and the greatest risk of a few of the showers will be north and west of boston. not a big deal massing maybe a passing shower or 2. 64 in bedford, not nearly as cold tonight. a few passing clouds, we'll dip into coolest suburbs, highs tomorrow low 60s at the coast are coast mid to upper 60s, don't think we'll get to 70, come close though. bermuda is now in a hurricane watch because this storm is going to come very close. the track takes it just west of bermuda and sails out to sea. we don't have to worry about nicole but bermuda
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the week looks great so does the weekend. a little warm up. keeping our eye on the expressway this morning traffic is still tame. this a live look at the northbound lanes by columbia road. further south you'll see no issues getting to 128, the split is still moving right along. enjoy that while you can. probably won't last. if you take the bus to work or school you no he that getting particular but in one boston neighborhood there is close to 100 people waiting at one stop. this is the stop at broadway in south boston and everyone is waiting for the number 7 bus. we went to the stop ourselves and counted more than 50 people waiting for the bus at 8:30 in the morning. the number 7 that arrived was already pretty
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didn't get on. state rep collins says they want the city to create a new depot. >> people can come and get on the bus and look at a shuttle service so you get more trips. >> the mbta has apparently been studying this problem for the past year. collins tells us they would hold public hearings later this month. . seat belt usage is at but 1 in 5 drivers still is not buckling up. a study found about 7% of drivers and front seat passengers were properly wearing their seat belt. that's up from 74% a year ago. the national average is 88 and a half % last year we ranked 48th in the country though for seat belt use. and today the public will get to weigh in on the goose poop problem in boston.
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clean up our local parks and playgrounds city council wants to hear from you. boston is home to thousands of geese and one counselor says they can eat up to 4 pounds of grass. canada geese typically migrate but experts say many are staying here year-round. >>. >> we got to figure somethi in chicago this morning after both sides reached a tentative contract agreement. yard work, part of a chore list making rounds on social media that has some parents up in arms. a blogger posted a list on her facebook page last week. it describes chores that kids should do at different ages but some say some are too
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and nearly 2,000 comments. >> a 2 to 3-year old dusting. >> no. >> would have broken every glass thing in my parents's house. >> my 9 and 13-year olds can barely put their stuff in the dishwasher. >> coming up next the end of an era in boston. >> the red sox get swept by the indians what david ortiz is saying about stepping away from the game. >> plus a closer look at we'll have a closer look inside the locker room.
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here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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indians by a score of 4-3 last night and david ortiz's career has come to an end all at once. sox never led last night. they got within a run. big papi, well he's fired up, he was taken out for a pinch runner to a huge ovation but that was how the game ended 4-3 final the sox are remarkable careers is over. even as the indians celebrated on the field the chance were chaptering big papi and when the indians had left the field david ortiz returned for one final curtain call. he said it finally hit him that this was it, and he couldn't contain his emotions any more. after his final good-bye he said he wished
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. >> obviously i'm not happy that that moment shows up. you know, i mean i was -- you know, once i got out of the game i was commenting put me back in it. make me wear this uniform one more day, you know, because i wasn't ready to, you know, b >> david ortiz's career has come to an end and let's hope he goes straight into the hall of fame. the patriots back at practice yesterday. they were watching film of sunday's win over the browns. and thanks to our friends we'll take you inside the patriots locker room after their victory . >> great game. >> great game. .
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>> good game. . >> nice job. >> beautiful. >> i know it's great. . >> i've never done that before. >> let's enjoy this one and get back to work and have the same kind of week next week that we had this week. good win. . >> again back here at fenway park david ortiz's career is over. that's the story here at fenway. back to you. . >> wish he went out on a higher note but you know what, such a class act going out there thanking the fans. >> i know. >> it's a bummer but hey life goes on. >> i know. still to come a string of car fires in one local community. >> what police are asking the public after nearly a dozen fires in one day. >> this is jon keller a viewer
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country why i think there's nothing to fear but fear itself when wbz this morning continues. and a chilly start out there, plenty of sunshine in the forecast today. we make a nice rebound out of the 30s and 40s into the 50s and 60s this afternoon. i'm tracking a bit of of a warm up and a couple of showers too. we'll break down all the details together when we
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that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
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right now 1 suspect in custody, 2 others on the run. >> a man charged with assaulting special needs students in massachusetts is arrested in rhode island. >> plus deciding between the >> and more from big papi after his final game. . >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. . good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it is tuesday, october 11th. tough loss for the sox last night but danielle says we're in for a pretty nice day. >> but make sure you wear a coat because it's cold.
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on the map this morning. 30 in norwell right now, 44 in the city of boston cape cod we still have a bit of a breeze. so until 9 a.m. we have a frost advisory, freeze warning northern and central worcester county. skies clear though overhead and we are in for sunshine once it comes up this morning. it's going to be a bright and beautiful day. glare may be the to contend with. sunrise getting later and later. chilly start but a nice rebound. 58 by lunchtime. sunny skies, a little wind coming in off the ocean today will keep us right around 60 at the coast and into the low to mid-60s inland. no weather issues for your ride home. pike is looking good eastbound lanes are perfectly clear. straight shot into the
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taking another look at the big picture here though we still don't have any slow-downs getting into the city. we'll let you know when that changes. >> all right thank you. checking our top stories. after an armed home invasion in lowell police say they recovered a handgun and crowbar when they responded to the scene. they say 3 men tried to break into a folks inside. a k-9 helped police track down one suspect. he'll be arraigned this morning. and a man charged with assaulting students with special needs is due in court today. scott is accused of hitting and shoving three young men while helping them get ready in their home. scott was an employees at the judge rotenberg center was fired after the incident in august. he failed to show up in court on friday and was arrested
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one man can thank a blood hound helping find him after he got lost in the winds. a woman called police to say here 23-year old son was lost. after going to a party he left her a voicemail saying his phone was dying. crews finally found him around noontime 3 miles in the woods. he was taken to the hospital and treated. a mother and daughter reunited after the 7-year odd got lost while hiking. officials say the mother, her daughter and 2 f hiking gap mountain on saturday when the child ran ahead. they ended up not being able to find her. once they reached the summit they called for help. she was found several hundred yards off the trial. police are asking for help this morning as they investigate a string of car fires. a home and 10 vehicles were damaged in a fire saturday morning. this is video of one of the fires. no word yet on the cause. anyone with information however, is asked to call police.
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people from their homes. the cape cod times is reporting the fire caused 1 million in damage. it quickly spread because of windy conditions. officials say it's unclear if residents will ever be able to move back in. now, to campaign 2016 election day is inching closer and many americans aren't thrilled with either nominee and that's causing voters. jon keller explains why those worries are for nothing. >> good morning. polling recent weeks has found f voters find the prospect of clinton or trump frightening and i want to share a portion of an email i received from a wbz viewer expressing that anxiety. he writes i am a middle class resident of massachusetts who's extremely
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none of these candidates should be allowed to be in office. i find myself thinking where is the country going to be in 4 years. i am afraid end quote. well, john, i understand how you feel, but let's look on the bright side. here are some reasons why you shouldn't be too worried about what happens after the new president takes offices. keep in mind we've been governed pretty effectively for the past 240 years by ate change come next january. consider the supreme court already down a member and likely to see more vacancies in the next 4 years. the senate hold confirmation power and they haven't been afraid to use it in the past even when justices have been proven to be open minded once on the bench and look how decided both parties appear to
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white house the chances of lock step moment in a dangerous direction is minimal. so don't worry, john, be happy and if you can't be happy at least keep the faith. shares your thoughts with me via email or on twitter. . >> and the candidates will face off next week in one final debate on wednesday october 19th. you can watch it right here. . >> so like the song says don't worry be happy. still ahead this morning the high tech way to get a better night's sleep, plus facebook wants to go to work with you. >> and a move, the urgent warning this morning for some samsung customers. . >> plus it's the end of an era here at fenway park. the sox lose to the indians ending the season and big papi's career,
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for ortiz coming up. weather watchers checking in. a lot of comments about how chilly it is. a lot of 30s on the map right now. you want to be bundled up. james says 30 degrees, jennifer says 32. 30s widespread across the region this morning. we'll make a nice rebound this afternoon.
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a big win for michigan fans but it's going to cost a restaurant big time. >> a steak house offered to give customers 1% off their bill for every point that michigan's football team scored on saturday, but the final score 78 and the opposing team 0. the restaurant says it will honor the deal. no surprise reservations are fully booked until thursday. by the alcohol is not included in that. >> well, you know what? >> it's a pretty good deal. >> you get a nice steak. >> yeah, i could use that. some comfort food, a big steak. >> right now. . >> and a glass of red wine. >> sign me up. >> at 5:45 in the morning. >> yep. it's a chilly start right now. we have temperatures in
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door. leave a couple extra minutes to warm up the car, touch of frost. we're in the mid-30s right now. 43 when you come into boston and 43 in worcester and 44 in boston, a lot of 30s on the map near. a little bit milder upper 40s to low 50s on the cape because we still have a bit of an active breeze. radar quiet, clear skies over us right now. sunshine going to from start to finish today. we will make a decent rebound coming into the mid to upper 60s, a little cooler at the coast. a few passing clouds overnight. we won't get as cold as it is this morning. most of us dip into the 40s tonight. tomorrow blend of sun and clouds. thursday the clouds increase and there will be clouds for the morning commute on thursday but dry. some peeks
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this front will bring a couple showers. thursday evening is our only threat for wet weather. a little bit of an onshore wind taking hold today. 64 in bedford, low to mid-60s for most of us, 61 in plymouth, beautiful bright sunshine and low 60s on the cape, pretty normal for this time of year. 49 in boston night. so i cold. tomorrow sunshine a few clouds mixed in low 60s at the coast 67 inland, an above average day and it looks like we'll stay in the 60s thursday. the front cools us off to end the week friday bright in the upper 50s, saturday morning is going to be another chilly start. sunday looks beautiful with sunshine, highs in the low 60s and upper 60s for the start of next week. everyone woke up late but finally on their way to work
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finally building on 128, you're going to be stop and go from exit 6 right up here to the split. you can see that traffic is building on route 3. it's really starting to bog down there as you make your way up to the split. to our north 93 south is also backed up to exits 46 and 44 right there at 495, but then you can see that 93 clears up for the rest of your ride into the city. . the search is on for 2 invasion in lowell. >> plus a tearful good-bye to david ortiz. here are your top stories on this tuesday morning. >> reporter: it's truly the end of an era here at fenway park, a game 3 lose to the indians cut the season short for the sox and brings a sudden end to big papi's career. a standing ovation after his final game. ortiz appeared emotional as he
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make it all the way this year he's proud of the come back this season. i have reaction coming up. . >> reporter: live in lowell where police have arrested one man and 2 others remain at large all in connection with an armed home invasion. police say it happened in the early morning hours monday. 3 men they say tried to force their people inside held the door shut police say the suspects allegedly broke a glass panel next to the door still trying to get in. they allegedly ran off when police began to respond to the scene. a k-9 tracked down one of the suspects and found a loaded tech 9 handgun. the 21-year old is expected to be arraigned in lowell today. coming up, what else police found when they were searching
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. hundreds gathered to remember 5 teen-agers killed in a weekend crash in vermont. a candle light vigil was held last night at the high school are where 4 of them were students and students are returning to class for the first time since that accident. police say a driver going the wrong way on i-89 hit their car and it burst into flames that driver is in the hospital and expected to be charged later on this week. $120li funding could be heading to haiti after being hit hard by hurricane matthew. the united nation has made an appeal for funding. that storm killed more than 500 people in haiti. here in the united states 26 deaths have been blamed on hurricane matthew. 12 of them in north carolina. a mandatory evacuation was ordered along the
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yesterday afternoon as officials warned dangerous flooding could continue into next week. florida residents will have an extra day to register to vote. a federal judge extended today's voter registration deadline until 5 p.m. tomorrow. the florida democratic party asked for an extension saying the evacuations prevented some people from registering. on health watch this morning next time you're feeling angry or upset you may want physical activity while stressed or mad can triple your risk of having a heart attack within an hour. they say the greatest risk for it happening is between 6 p.m. and midnight and it's regardless of other risk factors like smoking or help. and a new study is raising concerns about blood pressure medications. some research says taking medicine could result in
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the world health organization says high blood pressure causes an estimated 7 and a half million deaths worldwide per year. a recall that could affect your child's lunch, more than 950 pounds of lunchables are being recalled. officials say lunchables ham and cracker stackers contain wheat and soy. so far there are no reports of anyone getting sick. they were some mislabeled ice cream. the company says some of it's ice cream actually contains rocky road and it has egg ingredients which could pose problems for people with allergies. for more details you can go to our website . well a big meet and greet in foxboro for soap open per
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young and restless stars. one lucky fan will be picked to travel to hollywood and appear on one of the programs p.m. you can find more information on our website . a heartfelt letter going up for auction here in boston could go for as much as $100,000 because it's from einstein. >> the one page letter was written to his son edward some time around 1929. in the let he wrote about how much he missed his son and wanted to see him. that's pretty nice. >> pretty cool. . still to come a wedding day to remember for all the wrong reasons. >> the missing persons report and how new hampshire state
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a new hampshire wedding delayed after the groom's mom went missing. >> the 72-year old went for a walk in the woods and got lost. a reverse 911 call we want out to residents. the area was searched. they found her with about an hour and a half later. this is a photo of the wedding party along with some of the
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the bride and groom definitely have a story to tell. >> i would have invited them to come on down to the reception and celebrate after all the hard work. >> without them there probably wouldn't have been a wedding. glad that they made it there safely. keep it right here. top stories are straight ahead. we're back in 2 minutes.
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good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it's tuesday, october 11th. right now at 6 a gun and crowbar used in a home invasion, one suspect caught, 2 others on the run after a struggle with the victims. >> the investigation into wrong way crash on the mass pike, several cars banged up trying to avoid an elderly driver. >> and the end of an era for the red sox david ortiz leaving fenway park for the last time. first it's time to get a check of our forecast. danielle niles is here this morning. >> good morning temperature right now 29 in norwell, 44 in boston and the low 50s, because


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